This Jayco Pop Up Trailer to DIY Teardrop Camper Renovation is a guest post by Andy Bailley
This used to be a Jayco pop up trailer and I renovated it into a teardrop camper.
It’s now my mobile tiny house and I thought you might enjoy seeing it. Thank you.
Man’s Jayco Pop Up Trailer to Teardrop Camper Conversion
Images © Andy Bailley
Images © Andy Bailley
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looking for a light weight tear drop camping trailer that I can pull behind my harley trike
Hey Fred, check this section out and you might find something that would work pretty well: https://tinyhousetalk.com/category/teardrop-trailers/
What a nice rolling cabin you have there!
thanks.glad you liked it..
Nice work. I want one so I am now seeking a goof used affordable pop-up!..thank you
Thanks let me know if I can help.. have fun !!!!!!!!!
I built one of the tear drops on a pop up camper very similar to what you have done. What did you use to seal your camper with? Did you use marine grade sealer? After the first year I started seeing staing on the exterior or mine. I had used a marine grade sealer applied in multiple multiple coats. I am curious if the material had to high of a moisture content in it when I sealed it.
Also, how do you prevent the swelling in the entry door? It can be a bear to open when it’s really humid!
Any hints or tips would be greatly appreciated.
Again, great job on the build! I like the name too.
I am supposed to pick up an old pop up this evening for this very purpose. Should I have the trailer axle moved back once I tear it down? I’ve heard the galley weight requires the axle being further back. Thanks.
Jon, I believe the axle is put back so it can stand unhitched with just a leg at the hitch instead of have 4 , one in each corner most live in trailers use.